Monthly Archives: September 2012

What is Justice in America?

One of the things I have pondered of late is why someone goes to jail when they steal something and why they pay any fine associated with that crime to the State and not the individual they stole from? Is … Continue reading

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Answers to the Constitution Day Quiz

As promised, below are the questions and answers to the Constitution Day Quiz. An + appears next to the correct answer. If you have questions or disputes, please feel to write me in the Comments. 1. The phrase “separation of … Continue reading

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Constitution Day 2012

In honor of the US Constitution, I thought it would be appropriate to have a little fun. Below you will find a few multiple choice/true-false questions I give (or similar questions) to my Constitution class – once on the first … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Chairmen (Priebus and Steele)

In this corner you have a man who appears to be a little inebriated doing a soft shoe when being asked about certain papers. These papers were to nominate Congressman Ron Paul from the floor. There were 5 state delegations … Continue reading

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A “Professional” Wrestling Match

It is interesting to note that the electorate gets smarter and smarter the closer to election day; however, once election day is over, those who thought you (the voter) smart, become intent on telling you what to think/eat/drink/smoke/dream/do/etc, because it … Continue reading

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Are They Scared?

This video is the bone the RNC threw to the Freedom Movement. You will notice that war was not an “approved” topic for the video. Also, you will notice that the politicians who are commenting on Ron Paul are those … Continue reading

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